This workshop took place from 27 to 29 March 2006. The discussions were informed by an issues/discussion paper. The meeting brought together representatives from African governments, regional economic communities, and civil society including farmers’ organizations, African private sector, centres of excellence and development partners.
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Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksDecember, 2010Africa
Library ResourceLegislationApril, 1968Oceania, New Zealand
The Act seeks to promote a national policy in respect of natural water. It establishes the legal framework for the use, allocation and conservation of water, and for the designation of conservation areas. It further creates the Water Conservation Authority (art. 5) and the Regional Water Boards for various catchment areas (art. 19). The 10 Schedules contain classifications for minimum water quality.
Library ResourceRegulationsAugust, 2012Cambodia
Reclassifying 5,908 hectares as state private land located in Koun kreal commune, Samrong district, Oudor Meanchey province for investment in sugar plantation and construction of sugar factory.
Library ResourceRegulationsMay, 2011Cambodia
Reclassifying 1,950 hectares as state private land in sustainable use zone of Lumphat Wildlife Sanctuary in Lumphat district of Ratanakiri province for agro-industry and rubber plantation investment.
Library ResourceRegulationsJuly, 2008Cambodia
Classifying 520 hectares of Permanent Forest Reserve (forest concession area of SL. International Ltd) in 2 Thnou commune of Snoul district in Kratie province as conversion forest for development purposes, and reclassifying the land from state public land to state private land for granting Economic Land Concession to Therak Viniyo company.
Library ResourceRegulationsFebruary, 2014Cambodia
Cutting 3,416.14 ha in Dei Kraham village of Trapaeng Prasat communes in Trapaeng Prasat district of Uddor Meanchey province: 1,274.65 ha from Kulen-Prumtep Wildlife Sanctuary, 742.82 ha from ELC of Tomring Rubber, and 1,398.67 ha from ELC of Tay Ninh Siem Reap Aphivat Caoutchouc; Reclassifying 2,693.79 ha as state private land for donating to 519 families; Reserving 722.35 ha for physical infrastructure development; and Granting ownership to 931 private land parcels.
Library ResourceMarch, 2013Eswatini
The purpose of this policy note is to
contribute to an understanding of the factors that combine
to constrain the development of smallholder agriculture in
Swaziland. It seeks to shed light on why, despite being
well-endowed in land and water resources, and despite having
a climate that is generally favorable for the production of
crops and livestock, Swaziland is obliged to import
substantial amounts of food to feed the population. Also,
Library ResourceMarch, 2012Uganda
This is the second part of land studies
on Northern Uganda designed to inform the Peace, Recovery
and Development Plan (PRDP). This second part of the study,
undertaken during the second half of 2007 in the Lango and
Acholi regions, builds on the first phase conducted in 2006
in the Teso region. This second study has been designed to
present a more quantitative analysis of trends on disputes
and claims on land before displacement, during displacement
Library ResourceJanuary, 2014
This paper is a post-conference summary
of the International Conference on Land Policy Reform that
took place in Jarkarta from July 25-27, 2000. The paper
concerns best practice in land administration systems. While
the paper is focussed on world's best practice, it does
so in the context of developing and emerging industrial
countries such as Indonesia which have diverse land tenure
relationships ranging from areas in cities with active land
Library ResourceApril, 2014Vietnam
The authors examine the impact of land
reform in Vietnam which gives households the power to
exchange, transfer, lease, inherit, and mortgage their
land-use rights. The authors expect this change to increase
the incentives as well as the ability to undertake long-term
investments on the part of households. Their
difference-in-differences estimation strategy takes
advantage of the variation across provinces in the issuance